DSB | End of Week Wrap Up | 8th of October 2021

Dear Consumer Data Right participants and other interested parties,

Happy Friday all, here is the end of the week update for the Consumer Data Standards.

News and Announcements

Latest Standards, Consumer Experience, tooling and Consumer Data Right announcements.


Version 1.11.1

Version 1.11.1 is now published for the Consumer Data Standards. The latest version includes minor errata and documentation fixes:

  • API End Points: base path terminology, clarification of given names provided in firstName for Get Customer/ Get Customer Detail
  • Information Security Profile: clarified 'Basic Bank Account Data' scope documentation, removed legacy Data Recipient obligations, updated FAPI normative references 
  • Consumer Experience: documentation fixes for accessibility

You can find the full list of changes in 1.11.1 of the Consumer Data Standards: https://consumerdatastandardsaustralia.github.io/standards/includes/releasenotes/releasenotes.1.11.1.html


Java Artefacts V1.11.1

The Data Standards Body team are pleased to announce the release of the version 1.11.1 of the Consumer Data Standards support for the the Java Artefact suite.

The update includes the following changes:

  • Alignment of the Java Artefacts with Version 1.11.1 of the Consumer Data Standards
  • Minor fixes

Java Artefacts: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/java-artefacts

Version 1.11.1 Release: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/java-artefacts/releases/tag/cds-java-artefacts-1.11.1

Decisions Made

This week there were two decisions made from the Data Standards Body Chair:


9th Maintenance Iteration

This week the Maintenance Iteration working group met on the 6th of October 2021 to discuss the changes in the 9th Maintenance Iteration.

The iteration candidates are moving through Design. You can view the progress of the Iteration here: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards-maintenance/projects/1

Agenda and Meeting Minutes here: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/wiki/DSB-Maintenance-Iteration-9:-Agenda-&-Meeting-Notes-(6-October-2021)


DSB Schema Tools

The Data Standards Body have a type library available. This library contains the interface definitions for the published DSB schema definitions. This can be used for development of Typescript code where such references are required.

The library is published and available from the DefinitelyTyped repository, a standard publishing mechanism for such definitions. (https://www.npmjs.com/package/@types/consumer-data-standards)


Next week's To-Do

Coming up next week to keep the CDR Community on top of events, consultations closing and working groups:

  • CDR Implementation Call on Thursday 14th of October 2021


Release Schedule

The planned release schedule for the Consumer Data Standards

  • v1.12.0: Energy standards, Non-Functional Requirements
  • v1.13.0: Porting of Register standards from ACCC


Articles of the week

Our most viewed and voted articles for the week are (unchanged from last week):


Decision Proposals and Noting Papers

A list of the current open Decision Proposals:

Cross Sectors

Banking Sector

  • None at the moment.

Energy Sector

Noting Papers

Please be aware of a number of Noting Papers available for review on the Consumer Data Standards GitHub repository.

None at the moment

Workshops and Events

Find all our events here: https://consumerdatastandards.gov.au/events/

No workshops planned.

CDR Implementation Call

Regularly held on a weekly basis and enables all community members access to subject matter experts from the ACCC and Data Standards Body. If you would like an invitation please reach out to contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au

Maintenance Iterations

The 9th Maintenance Iteration is underway, you can find out more about the phases and scope of the Maintenance Iterations here: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards-maintenance. If you would like an invite please reach out to contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au

Keep in touch

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Best regards,
The Data Standards Body